Criminal Law

By Elizabeth Beard

30.06.17

Can you be guilty of planning a crime that isn’t carried out?

Convicted sex offender, James Holliday, attempted to implement a plan from jail to have two crucial witnesses kidnapped and forced to retract their evidence. When Mr Holliday’s plan was foiled, he was charged with inciting another to commit…

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Criminal Law

By Adrian McKenna

19.06.17

The most pressing issues facing clients charged with a criminal offence

The police have just knocked on your door and informed you that you have been charged with a criminal offence. What goes through your mind? Here are answers to some of the most…

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News & Current Affairs

By Elizabeth Beard

16.06.17

Has social media eradicated the possibility of a fair trial?

The increasing prevalence of social media continues to threaten fair trials as jurors turn to the internet to learn more. Recent cases across Australia have shown jurors disobeying their directions and actively using…

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Criminal Law

By Kate Gunther

16.06.17

Why the world needs to change its attitude toward drugs

The world’s current attitude toward drugs isn’t working. This is what the President of Colombia recently said, and Ben Aulich agrees. Here’s why.

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